This week thereâs a ton of news, as we discuss the possibility of Damian Lewis as James Bond, the decision by Sean Penn to sue Lee Daniels, and the final submissions for the Foreign Language Oscar, which include a surprising move from the French committee, and a nationally-questionable entry from Ireland. The weekâs reviews see us tackle the frosty climate and eclectic cast of Baltasar Kormakurâs âEverest,â Cal caught Anthony Hopkinsâ clairvoyant antics in âSolace,â while an unforeseen plot device in Jack Black comedy âThe D Trainâ saw us glimpse far more of him than weâd like. Elsewhere, Ryan Adamsâ cover of Taylor Swiftâs album has Pete enthused, and the weekâs array of hunks pleases Cal greatly.
The week's news:
Sixty years without James Dean Damian Lewis rumoured to be the next James Bond Sean Penn sues Lee Daniels for $10m Foreign Language Oscar deadline ends [4:45 - 20:40]
Opening Segment: This month's Red Light District, featuring discussion of "Daisy Kenyon," "It Follows," "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty," "Singles," "So I Married An Axe Murderer," and "There's Always Tomorrow"!
[20:45 - 30:10]
The D Train 34:35 - 47:20 Solace 47:21 - 54:04 Everest 54:05 - 1:07:30
Shag, Marry or Kill? The Pootsition The Garrett Gauge
Outro Music: The Waterboys, "The Whole of the Moon"